One feels so rueful to find an intellectual and a philosophy degree holder ending up so egoistic that he heartbreakingly sidelines a nation while making extremely obscene statements; someone who is committed to personalizing a revolution that has been drawing millions of people protesting at change and freedom squares for the sake of justice and freedom and full respect for the constitution and law.
By doing so, he has descended to the level of spiritual parsimony , as he keeps disregarding all the blood that is still being shed by the regime across the country. At times, he keeps talking of persons, while at others talking of Ali Mohsen, Hamid Al-Ahmar, Yassin Sa'eed Noaman and Sultan Al-Atwanti. So much so that the usage of such abusive rhetoric is reminiscent of an irresponsible intellectual, who was once a nationalistic Nasserite identifying with an Omah that seeks liberation and strives for justice.
Now, he is quelling the free people by allying himself with a suppressive authoritarianism and over-emphasizing his personal interests ravenously while, at the same time, fervently trying to spoil everything beautiful.
We, at this juncture, are not speaking of a naïve or simplistic mentality, rather we are speaking of a high-profile intellectual, who is both anti-freedom and anti-future. The man in question is Mr. Abdul Janadi , who has long been thriving on the favors of a despotic regime.
He used to hold derogatory news briefings during which he pours scorn on the struggling forces in a bid to taint their image , turn the highly significant historic revolution into mere conspiratorial endeavors, and personalize the uprising in such a way that reveals the authoritative nature of this intellectual, who is excruciatingly looking for both power-sharing and wealth-sharing.
This kind of behavior is so improper that it amounts to a total disrespect for others, even if they were rivals. Thus, he distorts history, withholds the truth and even counterfeits the reality based on his position as the deputy information minister, a position that requires that he should conduct himself well, even if he is biased to suppression.
This way of looking at the revolutions as a conspiracy, restricting it to certain individuals, and working on individualism and tyranny had made the regime a total failure and prompted millions of people to pour into protest squares to protest the regime's inability to meet the basic needs of the people in terms of freedom and equal citizenship. This also involves personalizing national issues by confining them to individuals tempted with both money and positions.
A case in point is Mr. Abduh Al-Janadi, who has been employing such subtle and disingenuous ways in an attempt to harm a great historic event, which is considered as a dream for the whole nation, by using a pointless parochial and superficial vision, an additional persecution exercised by an intellectual against his own people with an aim to target a revolution that has lots of martyrs whom Mr. Janadi keeps mudslinging irresponsibly .
The Personalization of national issues would really add to the failure of the regime, as it would be unaware of such a condescension that leads to rejecting such self-styled writing of history , and depriving people of their right to live by restricting the revolution to personages to effect the impression that such multitudinous crowds of people are being coercively manipulated rather than being a product of rejecting a painful reality dominated by oppression and injustice.
While trying to personalize a history and a significant event by turning it into a personal accomplishment, Abduh Al-Janadi, may seek to get to a point where he can consciously undermine national unity and the spirit of belonging as evidenced in his most recent press conference during which he called upon Dr. Yassin Sa'eed Noaman, a struggling personality, to detach from his history of struggle, a history that culminated in
achieving victory for his nation. Al-Janadi's call was meant to tempt Noaman into sharing money with a failed, floundering and defeated regime that carried along with it the seed of defeat: the sharing of money and booties.
This conspiratorial culture, which aims to split the country, may disregard the ambitions of millions of people as much as it searches for booties. Therefore, the nation, from their own perspectives, is a mere booty to be shared by the regime and its lackeys.
This is the kind of mentality that manages the authorities, including by curtailing the country into one person, looking for personal gains and money-sharing, portraying the revolution as a conflict rather than a popular demand, scouring for endless crises, but not radical solutions, and fooling the struggling forces, which are fully aware of where they are, what do they want and how do they want it to be done.
Here we have a regime that has its own tools. Abdul Janadi is one such tool that believes it is tempting Dr. Yassin Sa'eed Noaman, but doesn't realize that the difference between it and this personality (Dr. Noaman) is that the latter is patriotic and conscientious man identifying with humanity.
Besides, Dr. Noman is a struggling man who usually puts himself on the rightly historic path in such a courageous and patriotic way that makes him permanently bias to the millions of the downtrodden people.
Hence, while consciously raising phony issues to the prejudice of the revolution, Mr. Abduh Al- Janadi should realize that such a repressive and marginalizing culture, which works on despotism, strife and crises, is totally irrelevant to the vigorous patriotic forces that are fully aware of him and what he wants to achieve by personalizing the revolution, creating crises and working on the chaos of setting.